“New year, same me.” It’s a common feeling in January, when most people are in the midst of their New Year’s reflections. Everyone is looking for their own pathways to wellness, and we all have our own idea of what it means to achieve them.
Whether you’re in school, working full-time, an athlete, thinker, or a creative, now is finally the time to calm the chaos and relax. We can now focus a little on ourselves, enjoy some holiday spirit, and appreciate the feeling of a year nearing its end. However you calm the chaos, whether through our own products, time-tested meditations, or anything else, today is your day.
Christmas excitement and Christmas anxiety are all very common and all to be expected for the average year. Knowing how to fall asleep on Christmas Eve is an elusive, difficult thing, but it’s never too late to improve your sleeping habits and prepare for the big day.
No matter what level of education you’re at, knowing how to stay calm during a test is an invaluable skill, because in the majority of fields, your final grade is largely dependent on your test-taking ability. This is a bit of a problem – not everyone responds the same way to tests, and some students are naturally better at tests than others. Fortunately, there are plenty of things you can do to stay calm during a test, even if they aren’t your strength in learning.
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